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CAFA Looks at Life in China Through These Pieces

 - Oct 1, 2014
References: cafa.edu.cn & designboom
CAFA has come up with an installation filled with various art pieces that depict the life of domesticity in China. Pieces include items such as a tea maker, as well as a device that offers a way to relax one's muscles.

The pieces not only explore life in China through art, but also make some suggestions and challenge the way things are. The installation is called 'Everyday Life,' and again the pieces show a huge range in variety instead of simply sticking to one sector in particular. The pieces were shown during BJDW Beijing Design Week 2014, whereby a variety of artists challenged the status quo with their artwork. Hopefully these pieces in the 'Everyday Life' project will make people think differently about day to day tasks, and what each implies.

Photo Credits: designboom, cafa.edu.cn